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ABC
Nov 13, 2009 5:30pm EST
of the military role. instead, he'll send billions in civilian aid. what does the united states have planned? >> the decision will be made soon. it will be one that is fully transparent so that the american people understand exactly what we're doing and why we're doing it and what it will entail. >> the rest of president obama's week in asia will include a series of meetings with allies. >>> the colorado parents whose spectacular hoax grabbed national attention has added another chapter. this morning in fort collins, the couple pled guilty. clayton sandell has the latest in colorado. >> reporter: richard and his wife arrived almost a month after launching this balloon and a major hoax. >> we are prepared at this point to enter a plea of guilty to attempt to influence a public servant, a class four felony. >> reporter: it is a felony. his wife pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor, making a false report. >> it's my judgment that the case is nothing more than a big misdemeanor. >> reporter: richard heene's lawyer says it is part of a deal to keep the family together. his wife is a japanese convictio
ABC
Nov 23, 2009 5:30pm EST
plants have been initiated in the united states. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >>> a maryland soldier who was among the victims at this month's fort hood massacre cast laid to rest today. lieutenant colonel juanita warman of havre de grace was a military physician assistant. she helped service members cope with the mental strain of deployment. warman was at fort hood to get ready for deployment to iraq. she had worked at the perry point veterans medical affairs medical center in maryland. she was buried this afternoon at arlington national cemetery. >>> for a look at tonight's top stories. jurors in the theft trial of baltimore mayor sheila dixon have deliberated for three days but there is still no verdict. the jury sent a note to the judge today saying they are making great progress after a weekend away from the case. but they went home again tonight without reaching a verdict. the mayor is accused of using gift cards intended for the needy on personal shopping sprees. if convicted she faces removal from office. >>> a man remains hospitalized tonight after a shootout with police but
ABC
Nov 10, 2009 5:30pm EST
over the northern section of the united states. there was going squeeze down. we're seeing rainfall but most of it is being pushed east rather than come north. now, we will see some showers from this system. later on tonight, actually, early tomorrow morning but it's going to be very light. the heaviest rain is going to be passing to the south of us. as a matter of fact, i was so confident of it, not raining tonight, decided to ride the motorcycle. we'll see if i have to ride home in the rain. the forecast coming up in a little bit. >>> the cbs news producer accused of blackmailing late-night talk show host david letterman was in court today. joe halderman is trying to convince a judge in new york to dismiss the extortion case. prosecutors say he left a threatening letter and package in letterman's car demanding $2 million in exchange for keeping quiet about letterman's affairs with female staffers. the lawyer allegedly gave halderman a phony check. he was arrested after depositing it. the attorney says the only thing his client was doing is trying to sell letterman a screenplay. >>
ABC
Nov 4, 2009 5:30pm EST
years he's fought to make a united states post office handicapped-accessible. tonight an abwe are dean man is continuing to battle until the post office obeys federal law. we'll show you how one man is working to help the disabled in abwe are dean. >> reporter: bill white takes each step with caution. he can go without his walker, hold on to the handrail and make it up ten steps to the abwe are dean post office. but it is dangerous for him and nearly impossible for others. >> i have had a man ask me to get his mail for him. >> reporter: he stands outside of the post office wearing a sign to draw attention. he says it handicap need anddeserve a ramp. others agree. >> it is impossible for people with wheelchairs and walkers to get in and out. >> they say it is a historical building and it doesn't fall under the regulation that they have to put a ramp in. >> reporter: charlotte wrote a book about the history of abider bean including the post office built in is the 36. >> it has never been put on the historic cite surveys. >> reporter: at 80 years old he said he'll keep fighting for the ra
ABC
Nov 11, 2009 5:30pm EST
, all along the eastern sea born to the united states. and right now, maryland's most powerful radar, indicating the light rainfall across the baltimore area. as you go southward, you'll run into more rainfall. now, here's the major problem for those people that live along the western shore of the bay. to wave action and high tides, you're going to have higher than normal tides for the next couple of days. so if you're in one of the regions, you might want to monitor the situation for the next couple of days. the temperatures across the region, they seem to be in the low to mid-40 degree ranges. your forecast for tonight, cloudy, blustery. 44 for the low at the airport. but cooler north and west. tomorrow, a high of only 50 degrees. clouds, showers, windy conditions from the northeast. gusting to 25 or 30 miles an hour. and continuing through thursday, friday, saturday, and sunday, things start to clear up on monday, tuesday, wednesday, you start to warm up with the sunshine. but the next couple of days, a real problem particularly on the eastern shore. i'll be back at six with more
ABC
Nov 18, 2009 5:30pm EST
of the united states for the past four days. that system is going to continue to bring in the moisture. that's what's causing the shower activity. from ohio back to west virginia and western portions of pennsylvania and western sections of virginia as well as the carolina coastline. those showers are gradually going to make their way into the region as the high pressure today makes its exit across the atlantic and allows the system in the ohio valley to move through the system. nothing showing up shower-wise on our rada . by tomorrow it will be showers moving in the region. temperature wise 55. 53 smithburg. in germantown 52. 56 d.c. middle town 53. here's your forecast tonight. clouds continue to thicken as well as the moisture content. here comes the shower activity tomorrow. mostly in the afternoon and tomorrow evening. that's when we'll see the heaviest rainfall. then the system moves through. we'll see sunshine return. temperatures remaining moderate . here's your forecast tonight. í mostly cloudy. not as chilly. overnight low 47 degrees. in the city we'll get down to 52 degrees. we h
ABC
Nov 20, 2009 5:30pm EST
of the united states. just take our constitution and throw it in the trash. they are suspects. every human being is entitled to a fair trial. >> no they are not. >> yes they are. >> don't miss the excitement. catch square off every sunday at 9:30 here on abc 2. >>> best buy is relocating to glen burnie. find out where coming up at 6:00. which starts right now. >>> . >>> good evening. a second day of deliberations in the trial of mayor sheila dixon without a verdict. the jury was handed the case early yesterday and after a day and a half at the table there is no verdict and there won't be until monday. abc 2 brian is joining us live with details. >> reporter: we are talking about 11 hours of deliberation now and
ABC
Nov 25, 2009 5:30pm EST
million vehicles in the united states. the car maker needs to replace accelerator peddles which were getting stuck in floor mats. the problem came to light after a deadly crash in california. >>> across the region. the heavier precipitation that we had throughout the day is moving out. now there is still drizzle out there. also some patchy, heavy fog. for the most part the heavier rainfall is moving on. setting us up for a nice day tomorrow. not fantastic but nice. but for the next couple of hours look for cloudy skies, light drizzle and fog. our temperatures will hold in the mid to low 50s. it will be cooler by tomorrow morning. tomorrow is going to be a little bit better day. we'll tell you about it coming up. >>> if you haven't left to get to grandmas for thanksgiving yet you probably made a good choice. here's a look at i-95 near the henry tunnel. aaa says the best time to travel is after 10:00 tonight. this year travelers heading to bwi marshall have something extra to prepare them for the crowds and chaos. travelers heading to the airport got tips on breathing from a yoga inst
ABC
Nov 30, 2009 5:30pm EST
.c.'s christmas. today they gave the united states congress an arizona blue spruce that will be the official capital christmas tree. it arrived today and stands taller than a 7 story building. the towering tree is supposed to represent arizona's diversity in resources. house speaker nancy pelosi will light the tree at a later date. >>> a texas church handed out a lesson in the spirit of giving. grace church handed out $22,000 in sealed envelopes last sunday. the catch? some church members received $6 while others received up to $500. the church wants to promote the spirit of giving and hope they pass the money along to someone in need. >>> local college students take to the streets. why they're protesting constellation energy coming up at 6:00, which starts right now. >>> after a long holiday weekend, there's still no verdict in the trial against mayor sheila dixon. good evening, i'm marybeth marsden. jurors have been deliberating for six days now. no verdict, but there were two very important notes passed today. brian keebler has the details live from courthouse east. >> well marybeth, we'l
ABC
Nov 3, 2009 5:30pm EST
the frontal system, now located off the eastern seaboard of the united states and in behind it, a big dome of high pressure over top of the region is going to sit over top of us. what is going to be happening, we talk about it a lot, around areas of high pressure you get a clockwise circulation of air. the northeasterly breeze will reinforce the cooling air we'll see overnight and during the day tomorrow. right now nothing showing up on maryland's most powerful doppler radar but by late tomorrow night we'll see scattered showers. not everyone will see them but they will be around late tomorrow night. in monkton now 52. 54 kingsville. annapolis 57. 55 laurel. eldersburg 54. frederick now 55. up in kingsville 54. 58 rock hall and elkton currently 55. now, watch the forecast. overnight the clear skies, because of that area of high pressure. during the day tomorrow lots of sunshine, few clouds come in during the afternoon. tomorrow night there's that shower activity right there that passes through the region. again out to the west in some of the higher elevations they could see freezing rain
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